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Convoy to Canberra One Year On: The Spirit Rises

By John Stapleton The government, as they so desperately tried to do, dismissed the Convoy to Canberra at their peril. You could not have had a more genuine, more organic or more passionate gathering of Australians from all walks of… Continue Reading →

From All The Lands We Come: The Canberra Convoy One Year On

This is Chapter Two of the book Convoy to Canberra. The excitement, and let’s be frank, the astonishment, gathered like a rolling storm. The preceding days had taken everybody by surprise. No one, not even the most optimistic of activists,… Continue Reading →

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